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|Title:||Hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) cultivars and antimicrobial activity|
Estevinho, Leticia M.
|Citation:||Ramalhosa, Elsa; Delgado, Teresa; Estevinho, Leticia; Pereira, José Alberto (2011) - Hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) cultivars and antimicrobial activity. In Preedy, V. R.; Watson, R. R.; Patel, V. B. Nuts & Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention. London: Elsevier. p. 627-636. ISBN 9780123756886|
|Abstract:||The hazelnut is one of the most cultivated and consumed nuts in the world, not only as a fruit but also incorporated as an ingredient into a diversity of manufactured food products. Turkey is the world’s largest hazelnut producer, contributing to approximately 65% of the total world global production (around 815,361 MT in 2007) (FAO, 2009), followed by Italy (16%), the United States (4.0%), and Azerbaijan (3.4%). Other countries, such as Georgia, Iran, and Spain, among others, contribute only 10% of the total production (FAO, 2009).|
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